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[Xen-users] Re: Binary package on Ubuntu 6.10

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Subject: [Xen-users] Re: Binary package on Ubuntu 6.10
From: Matthew Palmer <mpalmer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2007 08:43:05 +1100
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On Mon, Feb 05, 2007 at 12:32:42PM -0500, Dave Frascone wrote:
> Ok -- now that I've got ubuntu installed, I did run into some trouble.  
> I got xen to boot up fine, but the xm utilities seem to be broken.  Ideas?:
> root@dfrascon-lnx:~# xm list
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>  File "/usr/sbin/xm", line 8, in ?
>    from xen.xm import main
>  File "/usr/lib/python/xen/xm/main.py", line 51, in ?
>    from xen.util import security
>  File "/usr/lib/python/xen/util/security.py", line 25, in ?
>    from xen.lowlevel import acm
> ImportError: /usr/lib/python/xen/lowlevel/acm.so: wrong ELF class: 
> root@dfrascon-lnx:~# cat /proc/cpuinfo

The output of "dpkg --print-architecture" would be helpful, but I'm guessing
it'll say 'i386', and you've somehow managed to install an x86_64 version of

Either use a 32 bit Xen install, or a 64 bit Ubuntu install.

- Matt

You have a 16-bit quantity, but 5 bits of it are here and 2 bits of it are
there... and 2 bits of it are back here and 3 bits of it are up there.  The
C code to extract useful data had so many >> and << operators in it that it
looked like the C++ version of "hello world".   -- Matt Roberds, ASR

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